Open for lunch today 11-3 Dinner tonight 5-9:30
Happy Friday!! Tonight Sauerbraten is on the menu!
Pretzels 2 for $4
Made in house served with our mustard.
Little Pigs Feet (appetizer) $6.95
Small pork shanks served with choice of Apricot Bourbon sauce or house made barbecue sauce.
Paprika Goulash $7.50
Tender beef and pork tips tossed in a rich paprika sauce served over egg noodles with a side of grilled green beans and a slice of homemade buttered bread.
Chicken Schnitzel $7.50
Schnitzel made with chicken the same way we make our pork schnitzel.
Thuringer mit Spaetzle and Cheese $7.50
A German smoked sausage served with cheesy spaetzle and red cabbage
Honey Mustard Smoked Chop $8.50
A perfectly smoked bone in pork chop topped with a honey mustard wine sauce served with fried potatoes and red cabbage.
Grilled Munster Cheese and Soup $5
Deal of the day! Munster cheese melted between our homemade bread served with the soup of the day
Chili Cup $3 Bowl $5
(Sour cream, cheese and onion available on request.)
Chili and grilled Cheese $7.00Fasching is Germany's carnival season. It starts on the 11th day of November at exactly 11minutes after 11am and ends at the stroke of midnight on Shroud Tuesday - often referred to as Fat Tuesday (the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday). Fasching is more or less a Roman Catholic and Christian Orthodox celebration and most Protestant and non-Christian areas do not celebrate it. Fasching (also known as Karneval) is a time of festivity and merry making - a time to break the rules, poke fun at those who make them and then to make your own new rules. In Germany, particularly in the Rhineland area, the tradition can be traced to medieval times where many countries existed under harsh rules. Kings, princes and even smaller potentates maintained their own courts. In doing so, they flaunted before each other their own pomp and splendor at the expense of their population. During Karneval time, the common people took a chance at 'living it up" and "talking back to their rulers". They would make a mock government of eleven people, as well as other officials. A prince and princess were selected to rule the country during the Fasching season. Political authorities, high placed persons and sovereigns were the target of ridicule, and featured in humorous and satirical speeches. To avoid persecution and punishment, these antics were played out from behind masks and costumes. Parades, dancing in the streets, masquerade balls and comical skits filled the days and nights."
“Everything’s fresh, everything we make in-house. We’re even making our own bread, our own sauces. I love that.”
"We put good old fashioned German love & care in our dishes... It's a tradition."